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IEC TC 100 AGS Meeting Held in May 2010 in Athens, Greece Report of IEC TC 100 AGS Meeting Held in May 2010 in Athens, Greece Report of IEC SMB SG 1 “Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resources” Jean. [email protected] sony. com

IEC SMB Actions and Decisions n SMB met in February, 2010 Reviewed SG 1 IEC SMB Actions and Decisions n SMB met in February, 2010 Reviewed SG 1 Tel Aviv report and TC/SC comments n Concern: “vague, imprecise, and no action” recommendations n Suggest: SG 1 members be assigned as “Champions” and they develop New Work Item Proposals (NWIP) n n Decisions 137/8 and 137/9 (next slide)

SMB Decisions 137/8 and 137/9 n SMB Decision 137/8 n n Approve SG 1 SMB Decisions 137/8 and 137/9 n SMB Decision 137/8 n n Approve SG 1 recommendations 27 - 34 Request clarification: 15 revised, 18 revised, and 20 revised n Noting work ongoing in IEC TC 100 and IEC TC 108 Asked SG 1 to respond to input IEC TCs/SCs n Reference: SMB/4135 A/CC and SMB/4135 B/CC SMB Decision 137/9 n Confirmed Mr. Jeha Kim, of Korea, as an SG 1 member n Reference: SMB-SG 1/0090/INF

# 27 28 29 30 SMB Approved Recommendations support production processes optimized for energy # 27 28 29 30 SMB Approved Recommendations support production processes optimized for energy efficiency -product TCs develop production system simulation tools which address energy efficiency -TC 65 smart metering as integral to smart grid -SG 3 participate in CIE lighting vocab. Standards -TC 34

# 31 32 33 34 Topics of Approved Recommendations CIE publication adoption -TC 34 # 31 32 33 34 Topics of Approved Recommendations CIE publication adoption -TC 34 and TC 76 revise TR 15067 -3 -ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC 25 guidelines and standards to improve lighting energy efficiency -JTC 1 SC 25, TC 23, TC 34, TC 59, TC 100, ISO/TC 205, IEC/TC 22, TC 64 COPOLCO Rec. 2 -SG 3 and IEC TC 13 responsible for smart meters COPOLCO Rec. 5 -TC 82, TC 88, TC 105 active in renewables

Revised Twice, Recommendation 15 “Recognizing differing national and regional legislation/standards in place for the Revised Twice, Recommendation 15 “Recognizing differing national and regional legislation/standards in place for the classification and labeling of household appliances with respect to energy consumption and energy efficiency, respectively, TC 59 and its SCs should prepare a Technical Report which describes and compares these requirements. -Based on this analysis, the TR should discuss possibilities / pre -requisites for future alignment and potential support from standardization. ” If TC 59 supports, the IEC TC 100 supports.

Revised Twice, Recommendation 18 “Recognizing the huge energy saving potential from consumer electronic products, Revised Twice, Recommendation 18 “Recognizing the huge energy saving potential from consumer electronic products, TC 100 and TC 108 should present to SMB/SG 1 their existing standards as well as ongoing and planned standardization projects with regard to standby losses and off-mode losses in due time before the October 2010 meeting of SG 1. -Particular attention should be given to describing pertinent regional legislation, which is to be considered in this context; furthermore, the treatment of external power supplies (AC/DC converters) delivered with pertinent equipment is of interest. ”

IEC TC 100 Comments, #18 n n Oppose Recommendation 18 Reason: The IEC TC IEC TC 100 Comments, #18 n n Oppose Recommendation 18 Reason: The IEC TC 100 expertise is in standardization and not legislation. The IEC TC 100 develops standards, including DTV power measurement and set top box power measurement, as well as ongoing and planned standardization projects for networked devices, DC power supplies, and battery chargers. These standards specify measurement techniques as well as electronic interface specifications.

Revised Twice, Recommendation 20 n “Recognizing differing national and regional legislation/standards in place for Revised Twice, Recommendation 20 n “Recognizing differing national and regional legislation/standards in place for the classification and labeling of consumer electronic equipment (such as TV sets, set-top boxes, cable modems, DSL routers, etc. ) with respect to energy consumption and energy efficiency, respectively, TC 100 should prepare a Technical Report which describes and compares these requirements. ” n “Based on this analysis, the TR should discuss possibilities / pre-requisites for future alignment and potential support from standardization. ”

IEC TC 100 Comments, #20 Oppose n Reason: The IEC TC 100 expertise is IEC TC 100 Comments, #20 Oppose n Reason: The IEC TC 100 expertise is in standardization and standards development and not legislation. Classification and labeling is out of the IEC TC 100 scope. Preparing the requested Technical Report (TR) does not appear to be useful, because classification, energy consumption, and label are defined by national statues. n

IEC SMB SG 1 Considerations of ISO/Strategic Advisory Group on Energy Efficiency and Renewable IEC SMB SG 1 Considerations of ISO/Strategic Advisory Group on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Source (SAG E) Recommendations, 55 - 66 Source: SMB-SG 1/0091/INF

Recommendations 55 -66 from ISO/SAG E Meeting 18/19 February 2010 Vocabulary n Energy efficiency Recommendations 55 -66 from ISO/SAG E Meeting 18/19 February 2010 Vocabulary n Energy efficiency in heavy industries, combined heat and power (CHP), boilers, buildings n Solar energy and biofuels n Smart grid n Water sector standards n Energy services n

Recommendations from ISO/SAG E n n Recommendation 55 n Support ISO/IEC JPC/2 (terminology) plan Recommendations from ISO/SAG E n n Recommendation 55 n Support ISO/IEC JPC/2 (terminology) plan n More P-member involvement is requested Recommendation 56 n Encourages energy efficiency in ISO/TC 17, Steel n Asks SAG E to investigate possible energy efficiency initiatives in cement, aluminum, and other heavy industries

Recommendation 57 from ISO/SAG E Encourages further discussion between ISO TMB and IEC SMB Recommendation 57 from ISO/SAG E Encourages further discussion between ISO TMB and IEC SMB secretariats on combined heat and power (CHP) n SAG E members encouraged to discuss CHP with national policy makers n

Recommendation 58 from ISO/SAG E n Plan to readdress efficiency calculation and labeling boilers Recommendation 58 from ISO/SAG E n Plan to readdress efficiency calculation and labeling boilers and hot water systems n Includes large biomass boilers

Recommendation 59 from ISO/SAG E n General support for ISO/TC 163 and ISO/TC 205 Recommendation 59 from ISO/SAG E n General support for ISO/TC 163 and ISO/TC 205 on energy and buildings n Further progress to address market opportunities

Recommendation 60 from ISO/SAG E n Welcomes new proposals in ISO/TC 180 Solar energy Recommendation 60 from ISO/SAG E n Welcomes new proposals in ISO/TC 180 Solar energy n Including a proposal from SAC (China) on vacuum collectors and proposals that address integration of solar into buildings

Recommendation 61 from ISO/SAG E Support ISO biofuel activity n Ask SAG E Secretary Recommendation 61 from ISO/SAG E Support ISO biofuel activity n Ask SAG E Secretary to discuss raising awareness by DEVCO (ISO policy committee to address the needs of developing countries) and UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) n

Recommendation 62 from ISO/SAG E n Ensure liaison with IEC discussions with Smartgrid n Recommendation 62 from ISO/SAG E n Ensure liaison with IEC discussions with Smartgrid n Joint n work, as appropriate SAG E will develop a white paper on areas where ISO input could be advantageous n ANSI (US), AFNOR (France), BSI (UK), KATS (Korea), SII (Israel), and UNIDO

Recommendation 63 from ISO/SAG E n COPOLCO could review their proposal on energy services Recommendation 63 from ISO/SAG E n COPOLCO could review their proposal on energy services for consideration with different policies that support the provision of energy n n n Encourages energy suppliers and policy makers support for the COPOLCO proposal Encourages consideration of “horizontal aspects” with other service level agreement types of standards Notes success of ISO/TC 224, water services, in developing voluntary standards

Recommendation 64 from ISO/SAG E n China’s (SAC) proposal on energy saving calculations has Recommendation 64 from ISO/SAG E n China’s (SAC) proposal on energy saving calculations has potential to promote a common understanding among SAG E n SAG E: ANSI, KATS, AFNOR, NEC, BSI to finalize the SAC proposal, April 2010

Recommendation 65 from ISO/SAG E n Recommendation 65 n IEA’s priorities (energy efficiency and Recommendation 65 from ISO/SAG E n Recommendation 65 n IEA’s priorities (energy efficiency and renewable energy resources) are notable and SAG E will determine what they can contribute

Recommendation 66 from ISO/SAG E n n SAG E notes some important (energy) issues Recommendation 66 from ISO/SAG E n n SAG E notes some important (energy) issues are not yet covered by international standards SAG E recommends that energy saving calculation methods and practices related to energy efficiency be handled in a flexible, coordinated, and open approach n n n Within existing committee structures Or by creating project committees SAG E will continue to discuss the gaps

Summary n SG 1 revised recommendations under consideration Some supported with qualification n Some Summary n SG 1 revised recommendations under consideration Some supported with qualification n Some opposed n n SG 1 considering ISO SAG E recommendations n IEC TC 100 supports For further information: jean. [email protected] sony. com